August 6, 2016

Goin' Wide

SDP 8-6-16

After a few minor skirmishes between the SDP editorial staff and procurement division, I'm pleased to report the Editor-in-Chief prevailed and a Tamron 10-24mm lens recently was acquired and is now part of the SDP portfolio!  This was taken last night at 10mm....and there doesn't appear to be any "fisheye" bend.  Nice!  I definitely will be able to capture some beautiful sweeping landscapes with this lens.  The entire SDP staff is heading out west soon and will be touring several national parks (Arches, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone)...so, the lens acquisition occurred just in time! Really looking forward to testing it. 

11 comments:

bill burke said...

The photo is a beauty! Glad you get to use the new lens on your assignments :)

Karl Demetz said...

Wonderful photo of a beautiful evening.

Nancy J said...

that lens is a winner,this is a fantastic view. Enjoy using it every day on your trip.

William Kendall said...

Spectacular!

Brian King said...

Congratulations on the new lens! Beautiful photo!

Andy said...

Awesome scene and no lens distortion. You are going to have fun with your new Tamron.

Kay said...

Beautiful shot! Enjoy that lens and your trip. I really love Yellowstone.

Lowell said...

That's a great lens for panoramic photos like this. Have fun on your trip out west. Love this shot!

Michelle said...

Always fun to get a new lens! Great shot!

manali - himachal pradesh said...

Beautifully captured.

Jack said...

This is lovely, SRQ. I don't know how you avoided the fisheye look. When I am at the bottom end of my 18-135 mm zoom lens, I always get some bend that needs to be straightened in the editing or cropped out.